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CD REVIEW: Prince of Broadway – 2017 Broadway Cast Recording

Reviewer: Mark Clegg Hal Prince is a true musical theatre legend. Involved in some of the biggest shows of the second half of the twentieth century, Prince’s credits as a producer and director encompass a wide variety of classic musicals from The Pajama Game in 1955 to 1998’s Parade. Not one to shy away from self-congratulation, Prince has rounded off his ...

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Damn Yankees – Landor Theatre, London

Words and Music: Richard Adler and Jerry Ross Book: George Abbott and Douglass Wallop Director: Robert McWhir Reviewer: Stephen Bates   The 1950s was a damn good decade for Broadway shows. Their energy and good humour reflect what seem like more innocent times and their enduring popularity indicates that they have become a beacon of light in a more cynical ...

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WHAT’S HOT: Week Beginning Monday 6th October 2014

A varied and mixed bag of productions this week as part of our weekly round up of exciting theatrical delights up and down the UK &Ireland. From the visceral and haunting delights of Kneehigh and Fishamble to rock and pop in Edinburgh and Coventry, to history and family in Chichester and Dublin - we are sure there is something to ...

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INTERVIEW: Damn Yankees gears up for opening night

There’s music in the air at the Landon Theatre as previews begin for Richard Adler and Jerry Ross’ legendary Broadway musical Damn Yankees. In a break from the final stages of rehearsals, the Landor Theatre's Robert McWhir and Rob Cook spoke to Glen Pearce about the show. Why choose to revive Damn Yankees now? The show hasn't had a professional ...

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Damn Yankees – Brockley Jack, London

Book: George Abbott and Douglass Wallop Music and lyrics: Richard Adler and Jerry Ross Director: Dom O’Hanlon Reviewer: Ian Foster Though the North Americans may call their baseball championship the World Series, it is safe to say that the charms of this particular sport don’t necessarily span the globe and have never really travelled across the ocean (how could it, ...

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